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The Intelligencer,
PUBLISHED DAILY (8UXDAY3 "ZXG'EPTXD)BY
PHiW, CA.MPBKLL & HART,
nOWXTOK1,
AT NOi u AND *7 FOURTEENTH STREET. 1
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Semi-Weeklv Intelligencer,
ptbusbio Ivnr Wsthetoat a*d Satckoay
moknjxo*.
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The Weekly- Intelligencer,
poblwixd Evrnr Thvudat Uoikimo.
Ono ye*r........ 01 001 ?U month*......... 05
Great r doction to Clabt. f ood for *raple co; j
and circulars. Addr<M,
FREW, CAMPBELL A HART,
WllEKUKO, W. VA.
(Kutered at Hip Podofflce at Wheeling, W. Va.,M
pc<y)rd rlv? m?tUT t
?itt SMMjftmx,
WHKKLINU, ?V. VA., .JULY '.'J, 1MH.1.
Xvuiinni'j Tnlkliiff.
Tammany has assumed an attitude of
great interest to administration Democrats
in New York. The administration is
believed to be groomingex-Mayor Cooper,
of KlW York City, for Governor, and
Joseph J. Donohur, of Tammany, declares
that in the event of Cooper's nomination
he wili hoist the Jolly ICoger and
sail the Independent sea in search of
Cooper's craft. Mr. Donohue- would not
expect to be elected. His idea would be
* ' Mrtn-iinao ao.Inhn
10 ueieai uio vcuwviau<. uVu..Uv?, ?
Kelly did in 1870, asKt. John defeated the
Republican nominee for the Presidency in
1884, and ia trying now to defeat the Republican
purty in Ohio.
John Kelly is pausing the hot days at
Clifton Springs, drinking sulphur water,
taking the baths, practicing with the
health-lift and otherwise toning himself
up at that famous sanitarium. He lias
not retired so far from politics as to be beyond
reach of telegraph and the daily
mails. Observant and faithful friends at
home keep him posted on events. He is
thought to l>e ready to help Governor Hill,
if that will deieat uie aammuiruuuii.
That failing it is taken for granted that be
will "cry havoc and, let slip" O'Donohue.
Cooper commands the eminent services
of Hubert 0. Thompson and his Custom
House proxy, Hedden. The foderal patronage
is to be worked for all there is in
it. The President is to display no perianal
interest in the squabble, but Manning
Whitney, Vilas and Lamar?the chiefs ol
the great patronage departments?are to
open the gates and flood the State. Cooper's
friends do not yet despair of making
a deal with Tammany, but Tammany fee)e
that it has been so shamefnlly dealt with
by the Administration that a compromise
with honor is not possible.
Having nothing in particular to do in
these days it is very pleasant to obsetve
the summer manoeuvres of the threatening
hostiles. If they keep it up they can't
linln uitrinor lia Yaw Vnrlf thill VMT.
tier ilmU L.luc?.
A young girl i? under arrest at Lima. Ohio,
rlurgt-d with drowning her illcgiiluute child.?
Auoctulol tn*? litffHilch.
In other words, this young girl is in jail
on the terrible charge of murder. She
has broken tho law of her country and the
law of God. Unless she can command
shrewd counsel and make good use of the
insanity plea, the case will go hard with
her.
Brief as is the press dispatch it tells M1
that need be told of the young girl. Only
the sentence of the court is wanting, and
in good time that will come along. Yet
the recital of this crime against the law
and against nature is glaringly incomplete.
There was an accessory before the fact?,
Where is he??Who is he? No word
about him. He ia not lying ia jail charged
with anything. He may be walking the
streets of Lima, or of boiuo other town,
holding his head aa high as the highest,
lie may he one of the bright lights of the
iirst social circle in his community. If
not already married there is nothing in
this affair to keep him out of a desirable
alliance. The probability is that his pait
in the crime will not be revealed. There
is a kind of chivalry among women who
sulfur as this young girl hassui&rcd. They
make it a point of honrnot to drag in
the authors of their misfortunes. Drag
them down they cannot, for society has
decreed that the man does not sin when
the woman fails.
Good men and good women will lcok
with horror on the young girl's drowning
of her child. Thoughtful ineu and thought*
ful women will appreciate in some degree
how strong must have been a woman's
sense of shame to overcome a mother's
love. Without a friend, without a refuge,
no chance to get a foothold for herself and
her child, is it strange that she hud no
courage to face the world with the evidence
of her guilt iu her arms? Who
could have wondered if she had thrown
herself with her babe otl" the Bridge of
fc'ighs, aa thousands had done before!
Men and brethren, society has got lo
Btop shamming. It cannot affect to be
blind to what iu going on under ita eyefi.
It cannot stuff ita earM against the shrieks
of despair. It cannot reluae to address
itself to wrongs because they are unclean
wrongs. It cannot refuse to talk about
these things and to do something about
them. They exist; everybody knowa it?
how ninny ure doing anything to flush
out with a pure stream of practical i?hil?n
thropy the polluted Eewera that How paat
their own doors?
What are we doing in Wheeling? If a
woman Klips she break* her neck?that is I
the end of all for her. She is too foul to I
touch with the helping band. If hIio hasl
already found her way into the house of
woeful revelry society never meets her
a/ain except in the strict lino of her degraded
burners, in tlm po.ice court, in
prison, or in the almshouse. fc'uch a city
as Wheeling ought to do something better
than this. Wheeling has made a good
record in the foreign missionary flald.
Wn> IIih Clifiaiiail.
Hin VraneltCH Argonaut.
I have often been amused ut the discus*
sions of actors over certain lines in |<Iu>h,
or '/pieces of business" which they con*
sidered peculiarly their own. Thissortof
thing resulted in a fight once in a corridor
nf h Cincinnati hotel, where two nrntcR
aionaln, who were very much down'at the
heel, waxed wrothy over a line in "Othello."
It wan the part of the dialogue between
(JiheUo and fri'ju where the Moor
says of Gimio, 'in he not honest?" Jmju
say*, floni-Ht,rny lord?" Oneoftheai:torn
claimed that this weond line should he
read with veiled and crafty meaning?
spoken, In fact, ho an to throw a very
alight discredit on C'awiio'a horn my, and
yet not openly accune him. "That's rot,"
?aid the other actor, complacently, "the
way that there line should he read in with
surprise and dinguat. You don't suppofto
there would be a curse at the end of the
line without meaning something? The
way to read that line is thia; 'Honest?
My Mf"- "Oh, f?t brick?$a,%e
other actor. coDtunptaotulj." wweatf ?
brickf s "Vo* Mt l brick!" "?i M
brick?" Biff I f
, ~
Label the Llttla Oom. Babyhood.
The anxiety so often caused by the wan- J
dering away of a little child from bis usual A
iamiliar surroundings, or bis being separ- "
ated from bis parents in a crowd, U made
unnecessarily dietreseing by the factthat
usually he carries with him no certain
mparts of identification. To label him T
with bis full name and address wotfld bo i
bo simple a precaution that it is surprising '
that it is not a universal practice. We 1
brand our cattto, punch cabalistic letters in
the web-feet of our fowls, engrave do# <
collars and scrupulously tag umbrellas and
bunches of keys, while giving hardly,
a passing thought to what would
happen to our liula speechless
toddlers and ourselves should tney stray ,
into unknown streets or meet with some
accident in the domains of strangers. In the
customary marking of undergarments
with indeliUlo ink it would be butJtttle
more trouble to use the full pgme jnetead
of initials, and oo outer garments ft oonve
nient place could be selected?say the in> 1
side of the collar?band, or of the end of
the sleeve?wlu re the full address could
be placed. If eyi ry reader of BahyUvod
would adopt such a plan &sd rggouitnend I
it to others, there would be at ouee a
i? ? !?Jn1? mioht an far toward
UriflliWJUK ??">" **"B" * a- ?~ -'establlihlng
a uniform CU?lom, the usefulness
of which would seem to be beyond
quefltion.
. Thud. 8t?veo? ami the "ligir."
Den. trrlCM IDort.
Tbad. Stevens wan an inveterate gambier.
One who bad met him in the haunts
of "the tiger," described him as having
played for excitement, nut caring whether
he won or lost. Like Fox, who described
winning at hazard as the greatest pleasure
in life, and losing at the eame game as the '
next greatest; Stevens lost and won with
the same apparent indifference, lie
played with consummate coolness, never
lost his temper, aftd never increased the
amount of his bet either to retrieve his
losses of more rapidly to increase his winnings.
IJis sarcastic remarks upon the
decomposure of his fellow-players, who
sometimes exclaimed with rage and profanity
at tbeir ill iuck, were always witty
as well as cutting, While they were eating
and drinking with the voracity of cormorants,
be aevor indulged in anything
more stimulating than a cracker and a sin
of water. The contrast between bia coolness
and apparent apathy, ami the eager,
fierce excitement of others sitting at the
same table and engaged in the same pursuit,
was amazing.
r?u. I)om. (!liiuHmcn and Locuti.
JJarl/ord Timet.
"1 havonoticed," said a gentleman yes- ,
terday, "that my pet cat has been making
a daily picnic out of the seventeen-year locusts.
I watched her one day creep upon
one that had dropped upon a windowledge.
She snapped it up aud ate it with
i the greatest possible relish. Several times
, since then 1 have caught her eating them.
One of ray friends who owns a very fine
i fox-hound, eays the dog has l.kewise man1
ifested a strange lonuntss for the locusts
This is a very unusual circumBtance, l>e.
cause ordinarily yoa could not drag either
a cat or dog close to a live bug, and 1 never
knew one to eat either a bug or insect,
whether dead or alive. There must be
something particularly luscious about tb<locuat."
Several Chinese laundrymen in
the city have taken to eating the locusts
They stew them with rice and dish them
up in the form of hash.
General Hancock and the French Admiral.
Anr York Star.
There was an usual decree of mutual
ignorance of French and English between
General W. S. Hancock and his guests at
toe aiunergiven 10 aanurai utcomoe anu
the French oflicera of his staff. The Ad
rairal, feeling that his sentiments had not
been translated witn the fervor they de
served, fell upon the General's neck and
insisted upon salntioghim on both cheeks.
Xow, General Hnncock is nroverbialJv
modest, and received the frenchman's
hun with much dignity and grace,
although for the moment his portly form
was bidden beneath hia guest's uniform
When, however, it was ascertained that
he had not sustained any damago by this
sudden manifestation of txul>erance, the
French officers shouted in chorus, "Chile's?all?right?"
It was all the Knglisl,
| they knew, and it bad been taught them
by the 7th Regiment at Peekskill the da>
before.
The "Want Soap," universally acknowledged
to lm the hivkfEt ami ht'Ht .r? hnr
Red Star j
TRADMARK
i i
foughflure:
Free from Opiate*, Emetics and 1'olsou*.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
For fought, Soro Throat* llo?r*ciir??, InOacaio, I
Cold*. ISrunrtiltU, Croup, Wkoophtf Couch,
Atlhrao, yuln.y, I'nlmln Chr?t, adotl.er
?lT?-t!.imrftta." Til root ?"'! I.ling*.
Prlci no rrnti n bottle. 8oM t?y DrnaeUt* and Dealer*.
htrUet unable to induce theirlUnlerto pmii/itlu
C't It fur them trill reretr* lico tuAllttyEtlireischart/tl
lAtiJ, l'j tmdlny one dailur to
THE (1URLES A.HMT.IT.U fOUPAXY,
Sn|?UwDrr*ftn-l IUnuf4rt>ir*r*.
HjIiIw. Miriu*4. C. S. i.
TKlVEl.KllV (iUIDK.
Arrival and departure of .
TKAINB? KXITAMATIO* 0? lUKKRkNrc MaRWI. I
<i?nlly fflUiiOiijr exct'pied. fMumlity excepted.- J
Whti'liriK Time: |
UvMft. Arrive.
it. & O. K. It.?Rait.
Kxpm*. f... 0:mi * m H:M j. in
!-xprw.?? 5:i?lpm 10:15 u ni (
('uinu rUnd Actum K:l&*in 4:Xr?imi
MHiinliiKti.il Accom 4:10|?iu MilOntn '
Mutiiiilftvllie Aittita li:3imn> lrJOpm 11
WCKT. ,
k*iiii-ji f('hlc?vit unci CoU 9:1ft a in * ft:20 k m I
Ex lira* i' -?g < ?H). 7 :S"U pin 7:10a in <
r x pr? m> (cnttaftrfaud Colj *10:;tf? p m C::?? |> in '
Zntit?vlile .\nun ..M. ...... 3:40 pm lO.'flam (
Zanotllle Acrom 7:35am 8:50pts ,
W , ?'. & l?. IHv. *
Wa?hl gtonaud l lttll.uwh... 4.10 am 9:M?m (
WMhiiiiixicn ami I'lniilmmli... 7:iSa m tll:U5a m
YVajditwtbili mid i'itUourKh... * 6::topm ?:U5 pm
Wt?!i!MKt"ii and Ilttaburtfb... 8:*) pm pm
SVa*Jiiiih"'Ji f 5:05 P m 7:85 a m
p., ?.. <V St. 1?. Kjr.?Kakt.
Plttubnnch t 7:25 am j #:Mpm
PitUbtirgb and New York f 1:JU pm f 3::i5 pm
Mltfburgb anil New York t 4:10 pm {ll:Uam (
wBwr.
FxprnR, Oln. and Ht Kotila.... t 7:25 a mi( 7:0f?a m
Kxt<r??a. Cin. and Ht. bmU ... t t:iu p m ( Cpm
Kxprf*. nttubenflllc A Col... t 1 :J0 p m t 3:35 p m ..
Mixed t 5:40 pm
c. * i'. ic. n, H
MttibDKUi ('loTt <V i til 6:47 am 9:0Hpm ?
W.jlUviJk\CI ere. A. Chi *:lftam 3.IMa m 1
I'm* . New York A Chi 11:07 am l:2tptn ^
FUUlmnthand New York 4:11 pm 4:4* p m .
Kaat LI*:rpool Aooom 5:1* p m 8:20 a m v
r.xnrw*. cleveland, k, A W... 12:47 p ml 2:17 p m
miuklloti accoin 4:12pm 10:1*2urn
i >!.unuinvlllo actoio 9:12*11), h:l7*m
.1l <:i*lr?villc almoin i :i2 p m 12:57 |. m
8t.cuiravluo accotn 5:27 pm 5:07pm
lriiral freight aitd aoooin 4:17 a in 9:00pui
ohio lllt?r kullruml.
I'm* oi.ker.. 7:10* in *10:55 *m
i'*??ciikcr? 4:00 p m h:#a pin
freight- 9:(6*m 5:16 pm y
it., */.. it c. lullroimi. (
1/0*vo hcllalro *t 12:80 p. m. for hummf rfleld. i
U*v* ifcdalru *i 9:10 a. m. for hummerflcld and 11
*k?u.lre *t 4 :.**) p. m. for woodaflold. ^
arrive at bululre H;S> a. m., 11:0b a. m., and 4:00
p.m.
wheeling & elm grove k. k.
on and after monday, may 4. imft, tralm on tho
w. A k.h. k. will imtve ** follow*: ||
fcava cltir wl' ~ jji**o~wii*?lfiik i'urk *t |j
6:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:10 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
6:10 " '2:00 7:00 ' 2;(J0 "
tin h m a-m am <
A;OQ " 4:?0 " i 11:00 4:00
9:00 'V 6 </> 10:00 " 6:00
10:0) ,n 110 " ; II :'*J " 0:10 "
J 1:00 " 7:00 I ii;00 " 7:l? "
12:00 " H.00 M ?:00
V:JU * *;M "
lOiOfi "
OH tUHI'AY>.
I*nv? cllv at7 a. *. mil run eTcrjr hour mull 9 ]
r'lHUre Whaling Puk ?t I a. n.and ran w?ry
hour uulli 10 r.M. _ t^l' NWH,
a fi BuptrUiUiidMU I
_ &em
WTln?mt tMi olBet. 1T11
For sale?a full mckel exPERT
Columbia ByclrJc, Hall Marian In
Kith whteli. In rood niter; ulil kU ll>itnw. J. .
r. poke. A Fifiwmh ?ircct. Ira* 4
vtotick |
To 61a?fi Worlter?.
All membcri of Ioc*l L'nho No. 9, A.r. rt. W.
T.,?r?nqa<kied 'omet *t *oeihoven H?1J. on
'portccnin ?ircct. on W?dne?d?r ore 1 tig.Juljr Zl
lT?o the frtvl'i -ut* wi'd *?creuritfof L?c?l IMofcl
in* 16 litd 84 Are Invitod to b?pNMQt
)jr2i u. owns*, tec.
Q.Er YOUK PHOTOGRAPHS
AT HIGGINS' GALLERY,
42 TW?L5TH STREET.
Col)lnet?Onlyi?l3PopDo/. I
m I
100 B0XES CH0ICE
MosMiiu Lemonw.
LOO Boxes (liolce Messina Oranges.
Ju?t received and forale by
JjU 0.8. FKHNY. JI'O M?ln Street.
QKANGES, LEM0X8,
Pineapples and Bananas!
CHSAl' AT
McSIKCUEN'S.
Jia ,
TJOUSfiFUHNISHliSG GOODS! v
Fine GJlnwwwnre
of ?n kind/. C
fcWINO BROS.,
Jy2t Market St. opp. McLnre Hoimc.
\yAsn j
SXJSFEJSTOERS 1
Two Paircomblccd In one, at the Star. .
D. GCNDLIKG & CO.,
Jyl7 KTwlHh Street.
UEAVEUCOLLEGE C
AND
MUSICAL INSTITUTE
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
Flr?.t ?m!on of 15 wcfVn nnoa* SirricmiKnfi, IMS
Beautifully mid he-lthfuUy Io**">d, extern Ive
building* ple*?iintgmundi?, Hi?eiful room*, thr?e
lit ray rour?M ?uporlor advanlag * for mmlc,
irl and elocution, FxtenMru aj-juratug tvrent?
pimios wxift incliMlitjK i>i|? own. Tbor
>tigh wo*k, hoxe like ore, made rate rate. Send i
tor circular to
IUY. R. T. TAYLOR,
t?5t.nh?? tiwcr 1'a.
From Pole to Pole
Ateh'h PARfurAMLLA lias demonstrated its I
power of cure for all diseases of the Hood. I
Tho Harpooner's Story.
Kew Hertford, June I, JSR3.
PR. J. C. A TEH fi Co.?Twenty years n?? I
was a harpooner In the North 1'ael lie, when live
oilier* of tlio crow and myself were laid up with
srurvy. Our bodies were bloated, gum* swollen
and bleed In?, teeth Ioom% purple blotches all
over u*. ?nd our breath seemed rotten. Take It
by mid iitrgu wo were pretty badly off. All our
llihe.julro was accidentally destroyed, but tlio
captain bad n counle dozen bottle* of Atkk'h
hau*apami.la and ipivo us tliat. We recov.
ered on It quicker than I hare ever wen men
brought about by any other treatment for Scurvy,
and I'vo seen a good deal of It. Heelntf lio men.
tlon In your Almanaoof yourBarsaparllh being
(rood for scurvy, I thought you ought to know of
till*, and *o send you tho fact*. .
ilcupcctfully your*, IlALru Y. WlXOiTI,
Tho Trooper's Experience.
Mitten, Iiaiutotand{S. Africa,) Mart h 7, IS S3. *
l)n. .1. C. A YKit k Co.?Oenlletnen: I lu?v?
much pleasure to testify to the ten at value of
your har*aparllla. We havu been stationed *
litre for over two year*, during which time we
bad to Jive In tent*. Iking under canvas for
such n tlmo brought on what I* called In this
country "veliU.?orw,M I bad tho?o sores for
some time. J was advised to tako your t?ar?a. II
arllta, two bottles of whlrh mado my sorts
appear rapidly, and I mn now qtiiic well. Your*
truly, 'P. IC. Uomcx,
. Trooper, Cape Mounted Jlfflmen.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla *
Js the only thoroughly effective hlood-purifler,
the only medicine that eradicate* the po!?in* of
hcrniuia, Mercury, sum ^ohwk>w"?
frotu tl?o ay stem.
riiBPAnm nr
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell,Mass.
Sold by ftll Druagtott: Price 51 j
tjlx betUa* for $3.
"PHUSTfK'S SALK OF PERSONAL I
1 PROPERTY.
By virtue of a Deed of Truit ma<1e by Major II.
ijr and Howard Mnnln, lo the un<l?*r?tKne<l
ru?te ' dmrd tbe |t?th day of "oveinner. 1hM mid
eeord?d in D'cdof t'mat Honk *n 'it. fo'iu Ml>. I
lit >ii TUKSUAY. JULY 2*. 1HS5. mjU at public
motion, on tbe p'tn>i-e*. *1 uate *n. 1231 varkel
ucet In the c*.t? of whr^liujr W. V*. commenn
OR at 10 o'clock a X.. to th- liicheat ?rd b.?t?!<!
ter. tho follow in* drtcrlbMl personal property, or
o much thereof m may be tlvccwary t > ?ml?fy the
'tnlai.ru remaining unpaid of crnaln note, reerred
to tu ?ald f>ced of ftust, together with iliu
iwf*M?rr xpet >e? at ending Mid aal<*. vl?:
One walnut refrigerator. one counter and fix fr
nirni, 'u ofclHoltoartl rofrii.'era?on? oue mirror and tl
frame )7j 1*2 feet', one M b board under mirror, two t<
ideboard brack* t< and globe*. on? wall clg*i ra*u. ft
inorouuumftowc?M.'. one * mining ti<nrj;a< fl*. p<
:urc. one cigar couusnr, one pant ion, lour acrten pi
lo- r*. two wire window ccreeua. ?wo outride doo'
otic Mnet lump, thiei? inutul tank* thfc p,
mwhatanda mid fixture*, thirty ?lx chi*lr?, ore
tool, twenty anltioona, twenty one window and f,
loor nhadefl, cUlit chandelier* mid ?lol>e* clictil J,
rax bracket* and globea, four BrumHi c?rpe.n( two t.,
lower carpet*, thlrtctu pletiim and chruuio*. two ly
extend*, two inaHra>M?, tour pillow, two be I- if
iter* lot of comfoita. ibntfltiR*. pilhw a'lpa and |?
nan*, twonm bletopburcaua.a xnqnaiH tablet, ai
ne Urge and me aniMll fieat'n* Move with pipe*,
wo hall carpet*, taoamali Hm>d? <ne card tx?x.
>ue ntnall ha>MM"k, two M?k* plero* I Inoleiilit covI'ltiK
lloorant two roc ma; al?o har fn-nitiiie, eonUtltiK
of i<llr< r plated, china and K'a>kw*r.'; ?l*o
ill the ?trck of win*, wh'aky*. dual*. brand!.*. f
itjnor*. aiM? chamtouKiMis ?l- crnl water* and all I
t??*-r property lu tie ealoon, kltuatu .No. 1S'3 Mar- r
let Mire*. *
Tam* or ?alk?Caah In hand f n dar of sale.
jv.M J. V. 1. KulH.KItf.THfiee.
Pure Spring Water! We
hav? tlie Olclirnteil Ami- ]
linn .' priiis <Wuiikcsliii) Water,
t delightful lievernsic, Ionic anil
lit 1'itit i rr, wilii special v i 11 in* in i
ililney troubles. In bottles, on
Inillglit ami lij Hie gallon. Also,
iinger Ale made wuli tlie same
vaii'r. Also, lii-cp Itock anil all
liu ]io]iular waters.
IAXJAN X- CO., j
Druggists, ilriilgo Corner.
Clicrry ltloMsom. =
A new nml elegant Perfume, al
i moderate price. lias given great ~
atlslai'iloii to our customer*. All
lie popular lldors ami Toilet
iooils, (sponges, Llianiois Shins,
1.0GAX & CO.'S,
Druggists.
A WORD IN SEASON!
Self-melting nml Sell-sealing
Vax Strings for Fruit .lars anil j
'ansl A great ciiiirenienee. Ilet- ?
ur iiiii] surer than tlie old style,
ilso strictly I'll re Spices,all kinds. J
J-Ot^A-IN \ CO., t
Druggists, llrlilge Corner.
)>"
nt i IIA#>A aim piiaiia I C
IKANUtt m LtlYlUN 5 1
T
JK
100 Uoxcs Flno Hod! Oranges. ~~
100 llOXOH Mcsslllil I.CIIIOIIN. Ji
JUHT IlKCfcl VKI> IIY
V,
Nm-IioImh Sclnili
* Uie
131V MAHKKT arilKKr.
yis m
Ceo. g.Jttfcl&Co.
GEO. E.
STIFEL
& CO.
9RESS GOODS!
REMNANTS.
We have placed on a Special
Counter our entire stock 01
lemnants and Short Lengths
if Black and Colored
Dress Goods.
As we desire to close them
lut at once we shall offer them at
EXACTLY HALF PRICE!
MARK DOWN SALE OF ALL
WASH GOODS,
t
AUO,
'arasols, Coaching
AND
Sun Umbiellas!
3E0.E.STIFEL&CB,
1114 MAIN ST.
Market St. Entrnncp, Tliroucli Geo. I.
lurst's Confectionery.
' Irlr.
<0. 3>Uittlcl .V (To.
tin Cheapest and Ileal Article iu the World
for the Enjoyment of Freah Air.
WHITE MOUNTAIN
lam mock Chair,
Strong, Durable and Light.
SELF-ADJUSTING TO ANY POSITION.
Tho White Mountain Hammock Chair differ*
i>m all other Mati-mAry or reclining clinira in
ihI it in better, mrongvr ?nd timpicr, in adapted
tthehouM) Inwii, porch or ctmp, mid 1* ctmck
ill of qn'et comfort ami ble*i??i n?L In fur ?ueriorUxhcIiainin
ck intvety way, and can be
ntupboafltoboalwayhin he liaae.
Rr lu peculiar coiutruct on it I* balanced In all
lire. The fuoi nxi cmd be quickly ami eadly ml
mud to suit the ibortcn or Ullt*t pentou*. 1 he
ut U mini of utruti* canvM llfujc 1" r'<rt'v the
Hire length, without ciuwIt'B the clothing tlititarouud
Itic body, thus making it mtieh c????!or
mil h hammock: while Uie mil v?uc<? of c?trhis
button*, tearing dowu the ladle*' hair, or in
iy wigr displaying the liuib* is avoided.
i. MENDEL & CO.,
11Vi4 31 <iin Street.
Jen
t'Slatchcs unci 2'ciuclvjj.
DIAMONDS.
Miike thUhrn^eh of mr ImMufMA SPECIALTY,
aud luvo eounUiitlr it) stork the largwt
asaortmcut of
FIlsTE G-El^S
any House in tbe State. Al?ij? willing to sell
at Extraordinary biw frier*.
. G. DILLON,
JEWELER,
|?lf, I!i3!t MurWft
gvuflBists.
lJICiMCi :iMS !
Flavor your Pailry with
IST'S PURE EXTRACTS!
Auri bake your rut!* and cakva with the
XCEL8I0II UAKINU POWDER.
It. II. LWT,
bole Manufacturer,
vn 11)10 MAIV KTRKKT.
Dentists.
1 iso. a. jui.uoan,
lilCISTIST.
NO. 181S XAHKKT BTREKT.
>mco entmnro flml door above Iloiuo'i Wiwlo
n>.
<101,1> l-INKD PLATES A BPKCIIALTY.
Vf 111 WllhOUt I'lltCH.
lUmrtlint'Jftrgtil*. \tVt
BKI JUKI
'e arc prrpurml to dellm flntolMi loo to all
u of the clijr, either bjr wholwmle or reUII, at
lowoit jirlov. HAl.It IIICOH.t
oflloo In Armstrong, Coen A Oo *lillulhtlnjr,
78O Tcutb Htrvet, near Market,
gflncatioHal.
Wheeling Female College.
WIU open under entirely new management,
WEDNESDAY, Reptember 9, 1BS5, with Jaa A.
BROWN, Ji.il, President, aided by a thoioughly
competent Fsculty. Musical and Art advantage*,
together with facilities for studying French and
German unexceded.
The Building* will be thoroughly repaired aod
newly furnUhed throughout.
Terms reasonable.
For farther Information apply to
JM. A. DROWN Prrsldeut,
' Jyl4 orl/K T. IT. LOO AS. Bee. Poard.
Augusta Female Seminary,
STAUNTON, VIRGINIA,
MISS MARY J. BALDWIN, Prlucipa?,
Opens Sept. ?, 1&5. Clrsw June, 18M.
Unturpasaftl in lu location, iu Pa buildings and
grouud*. to iu?eneral app iuuncnu mid lairwry
arrangements, iu (all cori? of superior and experience!
ttaiber*, luuurlvalK<ladv?utagcs in Muslo.
Modern Lanxurgfs, Elocution, Hue Art*, Pby?lcal
Culture andinduction *n the theory and practice
of hook ktepinir. toe *uccc?sful edorumade tote
cure health, cornf.iri and bsppinov, iu oppoiitloa
to extravagance lusundarlof soiid schulan>blp.
Board,dc.&c,and lull KnglUh oouise 140 for
entire ae?l?u. . ,
For full particulars apply to the Principal for
catalogue. jytf -r has
JQIKSLY INSTITUTE.
The FaU Fcat'on of ibis Pchool will open on
Mtnday, Stp'ember 7. The Principal ta huppy to
be able lo anui unce to th* furiucr patron* and
others that tn tb> management of the school tie
baa pccutid the assistance of Maj. J. M. Lee, f*voraoly
auowrn aa the Ui.itnry Iu?tructcr in the West
Vlrgioia Univer?lty-a tnorough c aw Icai scholar?
a popular cduoa or and disciu intr'ua For i>artlcuiar*
inquire of ti.herof the underdgned.
J. <1 OUR, A.M . 1'rinciptL
Jr14 J.M L IS. AM.. ?*?'t PrlmipaL
jypfcj. J. A. WOOLS'SELECT SCHOOL
Fur Young Ladles and Children,
No. 1502 Jacob BUecU
The School wi'l roooen FcDlember 7,1 W?, with a
full conn of competent t*acbcr*. F pet la I ?lteulion
paid to tn?s Prlmiry iMpartmcui. Olject
leaching ?ipeclftlty. Call?lhen'c? will form pari
of the ?chool ex*rcUc* A limited number of
bwllng oupl'i will b?? received. For crculin
coutiiuiiig full particulars apply to thu Principal.
Jyl6 TTh?iM
Steubenville, o., Female Seminary
Reopens September 16. Rebuilt In part; reorganlxed;
t&orougbly equipped in all Department
licat privileges at moderate cott Scud fjr catalogue.
,
REV. J. W. WIOUTMAN, IU>.,
JyDpjw PRINCIPAL.
WASHINGTON AND LEE
UNIVERSITY, Lexington, _Yn,
In*trnctleu in the usual academic nudlesand In
the professional wIiooIh of Law an 1 Engineering.
Location healthful; expeuse# moderate. & salon
ojh;iu Sept 17. For catalogue, addict* "Clerk of
the Faculty." G. W.C.LKK,
Jyfl PreldrnL
LAW SCHOOL
-0FWASIIIXQTOX
A: LEE UNIVERSITY.
GEN. G. W. G. LEE, President.
Instruction br textbooks a*ul printed lrcturcs,
'with course* of lectures on M**i?il subject* by
eminent Jurist*. Tuition and fe-sWfiiritessluii of
?ulue mouth*, beginning K-pt. 17. Fur catalogue
ami full iofortmilioti, adori*a than. A. Grave*
l'rofewiirof Ijiw. lgslngton. Vn. Jy
goolis, Stationery, ,Vc.
WALL PAPER I
a
Horder and Ceiling Decorations,
Cl>il<lrcu'N OnrriutfOM,
Blank Boolis,
^lution?ry mid
Fiiucy 6oo<1h.
T lie MrgcM Stock and Cireate*t Variety lu tbe
Sutu. For talc Kctail at Whclitalc Price*, by
JOS. CI HAVES & SON,
Jyi7 V> Twelfth Rtreet
JL
IN*
Second-Hand Books,
We have purrhMini a large lot of rnUcellatirouii
Boolct, somesecond band, lu flrnclaw condition,
ami some euilrely n~w, bought lumune lot. Among
other* we b<vo Bryaut and uuy'n Hi* ory of the
United HUtw. four largo 8vo volutin*, regular
ub-crlptlon i>rre$24 0j; onr price 115 00.
Seward*? Travel* Around Hit- Wo-Id, one lance
8Tit vol.; fchicp. Subscription price KOO; out
price S?t
Out- Set Irving Work*?Sleepy Hollow edition:
ertlrelv new; 6 vol*.; cloth; *ood type. Ktgular
prli u 17 *0; our price Sft PO.
OneSet I'litw. Lamb'* Work*: standard edition;
rntlri-ly new: ? vol*.; flue elotli. KegnUi price.
f? 76; our p:lw fJ7x
Over fifty odd volume* at SO ccnt? per volume.
Flint route drat served.
STANTON & DA YEN PORT,
fyll Xo. 1301 Market htrceL
JJASE 1JALLS,
BATS, FOOT BALLS AND CUOQUET.
A good variety at loir price*.
Aluo. cheap loading nutter, and lot* of It
Please calf and examine.
C. n. QITIMBV,
Bo^kvl'eraisd Newsdealer,
J??H So. Ilti Mwrli-I 'tn-ot.
J'hotojjvrtphj).
p.VKSONS'
Photographic Sln<lio,
120T. MARKET STREET.
JrJ
tfjj r?o go
Will get One Dozen Best Satin Flnlabcd
Cabinet PliotograJjUg
Ami don't you forget it,
.A.T BROWN'S,
?pr* 1W MMtKPT nTltt-'KT
ilonscfuvnlslitufi itavrtwavc.
01' 1N'J~VNiT.1U B WOKK,
With tlic heat lot of men at the lrm!o to day, we
aro |it<'|>arv<l to do nil kluiUi of wwk in onr Hue In
a workmanlike manner, with one of the linn a*
ovewcr. (IEO. W. JOHNSON 8 SONS,
Jc.*W tu*? i21o Main Street
J KWEIT'S KKK IUUEUATOUS
And Ic<? CIicMm
Ato for aalc only by
NK3BITT A BItO.,
je27 Hoi" Agrntu for rlly.
2ic;U iUstatc Agents.
Y^ALTEU U. MMmu5
Noliiry l?ul>Il?s
HAHDV I V It L'TAP L' I) l> A L' f? TJ
?u U 11 j< i A ?' i? o i uu n ii nu i\ r<iv
Heal Estate Agont.
IlotmcM rciilt.il mill runta o dlocusl.
ion oti?r?-iua m vitk kr htukkt.
Q. 0. SMITH,
Konl ICNtlltO AffOIlt
AND stock HIlOKKIt,
attention rIvi-ii lo Cullwtlnij RctiU and
ihu K?*noml mmiiiRHinctil of lUiU l>iAte. Can furnUli
I>o*i of ruforcuim
Turin I Ml MAIN KT.. Wlnmllmr W. Va,
J'lctuvcs and Avt ittatcvtnls.
JQ^UAUiUlTHMHN TAKE M0T1UE.
Tracing Mnon.
YUwtmim Pnpom,
Cnm Hi-ctloii Paper.
nine I'hhvm Paper,
lkind llttmr.
Ui|iild Imllalnk. |
For mIo mi thr Mnl.urr Hotue Art iiUire.
m>i u | vi.hi |, aront
?vofcsslonal (Cavils.
Jjll, A. V. IIUHIKAI),
H IIIKI Nurffoou. i
OBlC#, No. FiriMiilli ffttwl.
JtoiMunw, W TwclltU iirtt't. JjJl-nlui* 1
j-rctu Se gcrtschi).
Announcement!
TO THE PUBLIC.
??
Too undersigned, having Uteljr withdrawn from
the firms of Friend it bou and Athens, Bert* hy Jt
Co., h?vo formed a copartnership under the firm
name of
FREW & BERTSGHY,
I
For the parpoM of carrj Ing on tho
Furniture, Carpets & Undertaking
BUSIKE83. AT
No. 1117 MAIN' STREET.
Tlicy are now receiving and opening dally
AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK
In tlio latest and mott modern design*,
And will be pleucd to fee all their old friends,
aud us many new one* u may favor them
with thulr iwtronage.
JvS Fit?* WEETBHIY.
21. is. flhodcs St Co.
SPECIAL MALE
?or?
WASH GOODS.
We will commence Monday,
June 22, and sell our Entire
Stock of Wash Goods at the
following reductions:
Fine Embroidered Gingham
Robes at $3.50, formerly $5.00.
Plain and Striped Seersucker
at 6j?c, worth 10c.
Yard Wide Lawns at 7c,
worth 10 and i2j^c.
Special inducements in all
kinds of Summer Dress Goods.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
11 aiATTV ST.
(Kjlatjons, (Tavviagcs, &c.
WAGONS,
CARTS
And "Wheelbarrows,
..I.ntiwl lr> llm mn?h mtrfl nl (VmI
Virginia, Ohio and I'tnnrylvHiiI*.
MANUFACTURE!) BY
ItODLEV BROTHERS,
Jyg WHEKMSO. W. VA.
JgUGUIKS AND CARRIAGES.
DONALDSON, LEWIS & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
Buggies, Carriages & Delivery Wagons
All work guaranteed.
Noj. ifiuo to 1606 MARKET STREET.
An Inspection of our work and prices Is solicited
at the hands of the tmde.
uvpituivr. krati.v ivnrnnupri.ynflkr.
inrnn
glcstauvant.
Capital Dltiinur ltodinMi
MARTIN TIIORNT X, PROPRIETOR.
EtUbllnhwl Sept. 1.1ST3.
I?ikIIcm* xml Gentlemen*! Dining Room*.
M? *ln Ht all hour*.
It'll* M.'l A 11.V. MARKKT KTRPCT.
(China, (Glass and (Qnccnsiuavc.
JI'ST OPENED!
A FINK T 1KB OF
I.I BRA ltV LA91P8
and Chttnlclkn and Stand Latnjn,
At very Low Frlcca.
JOHN* FR1KDKI*
Jy 17 l,n?> Muln Htn-ct.
Ynpcv v&lnvchousc.
VyUEELISU l'Al'Eli wlitEllOUSK
ltol>tiiNoii, FariM Co.,
Manufacturer* and ivnlcta In every variety ol
PAPKR. No. 1427 MAIN 8TRKKT,
Telephone 811. Wheeling, \V. Va
11 III hi*t < Ju>h iirlt-o paid for Raca, Pa|H>r and Old
R(V>lr? wirlH
Occan Atcatncvs.
^MKUlOAN LINE. .
Tlie only Lino liotwnen Ampr'ca and Knropo i
?arrv(tift flui Amnrlcaii (Id* I lillniliOtihln? I.lvi'P
|hk?1, culling at Qu&cmtmvu
IVmuxv tickets n( lowem rntc* nt
a r. dSIlilEKH',
jyl-S 7J'" MnrliPt H'rrrt.
Jtciuing Jftnchliics.
JT STANDS AT THE UEAD1 f
The Light Running Domestic,
Fo? artUtlc bcantjr It Iim no enual. All competitor!
rvowiilio It u tlio standard ul eiifllcticc.
Ill oflleu will remain At
No. 70 Titwjtii Bmrr.
M >1 y?Ki'IKV?
j\ttovncu-nt-j.'inu.
SCfcRMITll,
AWOKNKY AT I.AW A NOTARY I'DBMC, I
No. 1IAS Market 8U, Wlitfullnx, W Va.
??volloctfotuatuwdw to tad urooood* prorata *
7 raaltMd. ?P r*
(Geo. $. Saclor.
GEO. R, TAYLOR J
j
(
cr
In
Our New Stock of Spring if
CP
and Summer Go'ods now being u
complete we would invite the ?
ladies to call early and make
their selections before the "
ot
choicest good have been sold. ?j
Each Department is now replete
with the Newest and the Best.
at
To ladies contemplating the S
purchase of a ||j
iu
BLACK GROS GRAIN I
qv
10
-OBJersey
Si 1 kI(
01
cc
We would say that the Best w
Lyons Goods known are repre- M
sented in our immense stock. a!
VI
I*
SPECIAL ATTENTION B
dl
lo:
Is called to a particular make ol S
Lyons Gros Grain, that we con- (1
trol in this market, which in all K
cases has piven entire satisfac
~ o t u
tion to the customer, and being ac,
at
an
SURE SALE S
Cil
wl
au
we can afford them at a very X
small advance over cost.
]
al
" en
JERSEY SILKS J
Are desen-edly popular, and i
can be found in our stock at all J(]
prices from $i 25 to $2 25. '''J
1
All
tU
WOOLEN DRESS FABRICS (
Kll
In a great variety of combina- t
tion Suitings and plain goods in
the New Baize and Alderny
shades. Tricot Cloths are still J
as fashionable as ever, and sold j
at lower prices than last year. '
I
1 X\7r> Vmvp tucfnnpnfid lull and
complete lines of $>
5m
Ladies' Camb. Underwear, K
Ladies' Gauze Underwear, K
Ladies' Silk Gloves and Mitts, hi.
Parasols, Sun Umbrellas, {J
Japanese Fans, ol
Austrian Fans, <)(
White iimbroiclered Kobes, ?
Sattine Robes, all colors,
French Sattines,
Children's Emb'd Caps,
Infants' Cloaks,
Fine Jersey Jackets, 'J
White Flannel Suitings, Jjy
Jersey Stripes,
Lawn Tennis Suitings,
Combination Silks,
Jersey Foulards, g"
Cambric Aprons, jjs
Cream Albatross, jjs;
Cream Laces, iS
Spanish Lace, aS inch, jjj!>
Lace Flouncings, jjf;
Beaded Laces, SS
M isses' Wraps, i>i?
Boys' Shirt Waists, ft,!
Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, SIS
Embroideries, >?>'
Cttfcl
Handkerchiefs, *7
Ohi
km
ed i
Lacc Cnrt.ains, wo
UlM
Counterpanes, S
crtN
Table Linens, lift
OUC
Tl
toll'
All just opened and ready for
inspection.
ntej
Mid
?bo
?oid
QIC!
U'K
t 'he
The most desirable street J
wrap offered this spring is the Sri!
~ Ult-I
wut
Black Embroidored Drap d'ote Mantle. ?H
UOI1
coal
We show in all qualities from loi,i
six to thirty-two dollars. rein
ipcc
tale,
Ktvl
i tiio i
VELVET GRENADINES I
<ju(r
n new and choice designs for ?
Wraps and Dresses opened
This Morning. rjp
rii
?cn d tavi no =
JLUi 111 I ft I LUIIi ;v
?pr* 'OQrt
" -
(fommlssioncvs' Sales.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
state of wert virgin!*, pity of wheeling, 8.8,
the municipal court of wlittilup.
ruline K. Brut*, guardian of carrlo
b. bruet. ilonnetu unit* ana
zbarlea henry bruu, infanta, in chancery.
T*.
caroline b. bruo end others.
ry Tinui* of the authorliy veiled n me by ? d??
ec of tho municipal court of \\ heeling. entered
the abore entitled oatine, on the oth day of
ne, 1886,1 will proceed to icll at nubile auction,
the front door of the ourt ilouw of ohio
anty, weft virginia, in the city ot w heeling, to
e hjgneit and beat bidder,
on barckday, july 25, issft,
ginning at 10 o'clock a. m., the following dcriced
ital osta e, that la to ?ay: tho two lota
>nung on the cattalde of north hroat mnit,aud
imu-rvd two hundrud \'m) ana two hundred
done (201) on tin- plat ol the addlduu to tbo
ty ol wheeling, laid out bj* lk-no Moot?, trustee
tbcucxcr zane'a t?uu>. aud i alltd zaue a island
ditlon to the ciiy of WmcIIcc. and al o the
" "wi int l?ln? mil nf ihk torn tnl> ahnrit
crlbed, aud doatxuated on the plat of Zane'a
and addition to the city o1 Wheeling, by the
i inter nine CJ).
Tikmb or HAUt-One-third o' the purchnae money
id as much more a* tho purchaser may elect to
iy. to be paid in canh ou the day ol a*le; uud the
ildue thereof in three cijual ituumeut* at
reive, twtuty-four aud tbut)?ix month*. with
tereatfrom day of rale; the jmrchaacr 10 give
a uotea, with apprur*! accurlty, fur tbu deferred
aulmenu; the tfU? to be nuunt-d unUl the nnr?
uue mouey aud tho Intrrui theioon aball be
Bully paid. J. H. OJlVDhN,
Special Commlaalouer,
W. n. IUL1JCR, Auctioneer.
I bereby certify thai J. R.? owden, Ppcclal Com*
batoner, lu- given bund wlUi accuntv aa reilrtd
by law aud tho decree of Juue 6, 1065, In
e above entitled cauae.
THOMAS M. PAKRAB,
Clerk of the Municipal Court of Wheeling.
|e!9
COMMISSIONElt'S 8A1JS OF VALJ
UABLK REAL EHTATtt.
In the S^wlcipal Court of Wheeling.
In pumnance ?f the authority voted In me by a
tree ul Ihe Munich*! Court of Mbeelloir, mado
i ihe thud day of June, is>\ In a auit lu (ban*
ry therein pending in which bv ma Taylor with
O.Taylor, htr buabaod, are pMntiti*, and Milon
H. Harden aud othert arc defendants, 1 will, I
ON TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1885,
rameo' liiK at lOo'clo k a. m.. cell at public anom,
to the bljibcit aud J .eat bidder, at tho Iruut
ior of the court UoUaH of Ohio cuuty, Meat
rrfinla,tlie lolloping described jmroels ol real
late, thai in to My:
Second?Lot uuiubeted elevrn (11) lu square
ttnbercd dghteeu \\*), su<l the uorth one-half ol
t numbered twelve 0-') ?u sq'""*-' numbered
{litcen (la), ms I'.CeiKiinU'd on the nupul the >ubvisious
ol the Joseph < nlduc.l estate, and
m thtrefrmu-toihc said ?'i?y of WIu-vIiuk. Ohio
'iuty, West v irkinla: eat a property iruming on
fWu.i6lU.-of toff street, between Twenty-ninth
d Thirtieth streets.
I here b* erteied ou the foregoing projierty sn dent
brick residi me. aud is a most deairablo
opertr. KaJd building vu erected by hdwanl
Harden as a residence, and is unusually comodiousaad
well construct* d.
It is require*! by tlie Ueerc?< under which this Mile
to be made thai the patods of pro|>erty above
scrbcd *hall bo offered for sale separately.
IKKMrf OF 8ALK?One thlni of the purchaso
jtey shall be paid in casn on the dHy of salo,
d a> much more as the purchase may elect to
y; thfl balance shall be paid in two equal lutulL-nts
with Interest from any of 6?le, at oue aud
0 yean from day of cale, rcuxetively, the pitr<u?rs
giving uoUs fur the deferred pnjmeuw,
th sccuiltv to be approved by the cotmafsslotitr.
dim further i-eeurlty the title to said parcels of
id shall be retaini.it until the purchase money
ill have been |?aid In full, and the Special Com*
Issiou&r ordered by the Court to conuy.
R. a. DARR
Spcclal Commissioner.
1 hereby ccrtify that bond has been givc-u by tho
ore named stxeUl Commhkloner in the abovu
titled cauae m lequind by tfw
THOMAS M. DAKRAH,
Clerk of the Municipal Court oI Wheeling.
c6
fho Above sale U adjourned until TUESDAY,
LY H, lsttf, at the ?*wo hour aud pltre
h. li. it A Fit,
VS Special COUlinivrtOtHT.
lieabovesale I* adjourned until 8ATUKDAY,
LV 18, at 10 o'clock a. m? ai the strno
ice. K. (i. HA It It,
yl5 Special Uomuiissicuur,
The above rale ! Adjourned until SATURDAY,
;'utt 15, ivvSf at lu o clock a. at tho ratno
ico. K. G. b\
PpicUl Comtnlnloiicr.
WMMISSIOXISR'S SALE.
n tbe Miiiilcl(>al Court of Wheeling, W'C4t Ylrlitt.
lu chancery,
iltoon llorkhelmcr and <Un. I). Caldwell, trustee.
Against
111am II, Winters, J. >i. Tiiornbnrg and Sadie It.
"bombing, his wife, Itobcrt l-or^yce itud Liuio
t. Fordyee,hi* wife, ttliuam W. Arnett. iriitke,
he Eeyinann It ewiug Comwuiy, a eoijw ration,
Hint* Still, William tlliii^Iuiiii, S. II, tta>tou,
,t;d Jamea ft.etline, pnrtin.1* doing bu*In?w
mder the firm name and style of >eill A lii'ingiam.
Harvey VV. Winters and lleujHn.lii Mackey,
laitucr* doing business under the nnn name eud
tylo of Winter* <S. ft-ackey, Mara* SeliwurU ?ttd
-jib': Msiisbueh, |iArtncr? doing business uuder
he firm name uud stylo oi echwam <3. >aimaeh,
Jiecjtunlu A. Mickey, James Jtlne, Alfred
MeKtug. tlic llxcbaugH Ituuk of Wheedng,
.ovinia JJ, Siuim*, and Allied Simnut, bcr Imaand.
n purmnre of the authority voted in me by a
:r*e of the above mcutiom d court, nutie s-nd
iered in wild came on the ad day of June, A. 1>.
5, the uudcrsiKued, a kneeial coUiUtiM>ioncr
pointed for the purpose by that court in said
see, will on
WEDNESDAY, THE 22d DAY OF JULY, IKS,
KinnitiK ut 10 o'clock a. m. of said day at the
mi door of the tornt House of Oi-lo county, sell
public auction, the several parcel* of real estate
reiuaftcr xntulioutd, or so luueb may be bee orytopay
the ileus upon the same n*?ct forth
stvld decree, the costa of suit uud expeiisc* of
a.
1. A pared of ground in the City of Wheeling, In
do County, V, est Virginia, that is to sa), tho
nth half ot lot uumbetcd one hundred and twenthree
(12!), froutlug ou Market square between
iitn and Eleventh streets, thlrty-tnrcu feet,
it running back the wmu wiutn to the alley; and
rt of lot unmhered HI betttLH'li Tenth and tienth
street*, fronting iKJ feet o:i Chttplhie street .
d running back of the same width t.< the mid
ey, and beitiK the part of lot iiuutK-r ixi on
an the tavern stable now stand*, and said luilf
lot 1.3 and part of lot 1H1 is ireMnio propery,
ich was conveyed tc? William li. Winter*si.d j.
Tliornburv by Aunle Jl. JaniCfc ami Juumml, l>r i
d datcl tli*) 5tb day u( May, Inn;', and of woru f
theofllco of the C'Urk of the county Couit oi tho
1 (Oil IIIV.
. The lot numbered cl;htccn (18) of the ?ul?-rll>
Ion tif the l'w?r houm! Urni a? lul 1 out by tlto
ird of Cuiou hkivuen of mid couiity, which Mild
i? bounded sn lollowN lk'xiinniiK at a stake at
southwest rorucruf Fintureetixteiided In tbo
>-dlvulou oi the farm aforesaid to the cemetery
dand runuitiK theuce *.uth w? st 30.72
it, koutn b , ewt poln, uortliKft^.uut
H north 88?, ca*t l&.te jkjk*. north 4u .
14 61 t-ole* to cemetery rrad.itnu with Mid road
tb J!*went ai.oi i-olta to jiliicc of betchuiltig, >
itaiidtis 6 TtMOU acres, more or Km,
en.iujr therefrom .the 6,42u Kjunre feet
odd parcvl of laud which w?i eon- I
cd or Mid ftilliam U. Winter* aud wife nud I
MJd Hubert Fotdyce and wife to Ixvlula B.
mm, by deed dated tbc 13d day of November,
>,aud recorded in the ullicu ol the clerk oi (be I
ttuy Court of the ?ald county un the 4th day of I
x mlMT, lh7t>. The wild 6,40) wuare feet bellij! lot I
a be ml ou. (1) of the lot uuuiber eighteen of I
UlVlUVlKlon Ol we rnuriuiusc mrm iw u?m urn.
iho CommUnloner* ul Ohio county .which mtid lot
1.1) b> bounded hi- fo.iown: JlcKlnuinjc at a ?uikf?
lenoithea>Uonier;theuco ruwiii?K wot with
u(y road 12? feet. to a Make. tlieucc ruuiiSnjc
III (iO I eel to a stake: thcuec running out w feet
. ounty road; theuui with told load 06 feet to
oof bVKinnirg.
A pletu or paicel of laml Mtuated in t!io town
ilm Orovc, iu Mild CoUUty of Ohio, bounded a*
owe: Ikionntnx hj u >th!u* en the mjiiIIi fide of
?t fctnet iu the uorthwwt corner u lot is, run*
k in c i ice mmi ill a", o?t?t &! n? pole#, hi ill a ki?4 ?
l 30. ti pole*. north !>J. wet 1 .:? pole* to I- irnt
et cxU'iidtd, and with &ald afreet nortli &5W',
; 31.14 polo to the beginning, containing 51? fuO
more or leM.
a certain tract or part el of land ntnatcd In
0 comity on Wheeling creek, oart of wind km
iwu a* tfio Merchant tract, anil which u bounduifol.owx:
Ikginniiigiit uhin.e on the cock
ik an I tf,S P?lc* M)Uth f n ntigtir t-.cc; thento
th Ab'. wot 5f? |?oh? to a make In the original
; thence with ttnorthb0?, wc?t pole* to *
r trco; thence north-tj ,wul Gu j>ole?toa wblto
near the hank of the cievk; thence up ttio
k with the meander* timet ( and the hindthereon
l??le* to the bcguiiim*, coutainiinr
">t lOOvtwenly three and tiuy Kcveii and a holt
hundredtlia) Kcrti".
lie rval entate Iu the city of Wheeling will l?o
1 tlot nud the other thrto pan-cl* of mini will
illered UKeUier an<l R'|??rrttcly. mid any two of
uinie may be ao<d teethe', ami ;tlu? mIc will
made in whichever of Mild wayi oi aclliug tho
itcat amount cau l? rvalln-u. i:ut the land
itloued in exhibit K u> the bill of plaintlHii In J
> cm like beluc i>art of the hiud numbered 2 fl
ve in till* advertlcement of wile, hhall not bo I
I uulca* tho jiroccedh ol the oilier lmul uU.vo
old, i bah bo iwutlleleul u> i?y tin* liens thervon. I
' laud mentioned in oliiblt K Ik bounocd and
:rlbvd a? follows, that l? to ray: ii^luninx at I
uoribwc?t corner of lot No (WontM./lot No. 1H I
jo mb-dlvMou of the Poor llou*; farm *nd run- i j
(weal islxty-onciCl) feet it I ug the nn.nty ru?d: I i
ice ritunliiic wuth m feet; thence ruling I
121 foot u? county nit<l; thence north with
uty rond 4'2 fee to aoiitlioikt turner of lot No.
(1); tlu'tii'U rnnnliiK \u>t wltl raid lot 92 feet W
outhweat com- r of lot No. I; thence running
Ji with Mild lot (4) feet to place of beginning.
MiningU.otoS fwt and known tu lot No. Vol
4o. is td the kub-dlvulon td l*oor llourc Farm.
tax* or Sals.- One-third mid w> much nn.ro
he purvhaacr may ehvt ca>h In hand, mid tlo I
Hinder 111 tMOttjnal iUkUllmonU, payable re- I
lively In one and two} earn fioin the day of
, with Intereat from that day, tlm purchaser I
iir hi* nouafor the deferred Installment#, and -%l
lUlo to Ik* retained to Mt'Ure tbo payment ot 1
a until they ?hall be fully raid.
OKU. It. CALDWELL, |
Sjuvlal Coinmlnaloocr.
hereby certify that the a love named Special |
ml ?loucr ha* given bond and ?ccnrttr a* reih!
by law, THOM AS M. HAUKA11,
? t'li'rk of will rmirt
gtnttos, Ovfluns, Ac.
unTXU
PIAXOS,
ino? Tuned and Bcpairtd carefully at
HAUMHK'8 MU81C 8TOR1T,
1X10 llarlH Stiwt.
15KNT8 AKK WANTED IN KVKKY
towtuhJn locotupclubafurTMKWHKKMNQ t
xly imykHiukmckb. Bead lor 0p*da?a r
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